The primary goal of Tigers realm Coal is to maximise shareholder value through becoming a significant supplier of high quality coking coal to the seaborne market.
A 621 Mt resource base of high quality metallurgical coal with potential for further growth
An outstanding project location on the Bering Sea coast, 37 km by road to the TIG owned coal port with competitive delivery routes to Asian customers
Tigers Realm Coal to be one of the lowest cost producers in the world
The primary goal of Tigers realm Coal is to maximise shareholder value through becoming a significant supplier of high quality coking coal to the seaborne market.

TIG’s strategy is to maximise shareholder value through becoming a significant supplier of high quality coking coal to the seaborne market

Company Overview

Tigers Realm Coal’s (“TIG’s”) vision is to build a global coking coal company through the development of its assets located in the vicinity of the Bering Sea coast in the Russian Far East, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (District). The two TIG controlled Licences, Amaam and Amaam North, together comprise the “Amaam Coal Project”. Integral to the realisation of the Amaam North project is the TIG owned Beringovsky Port and Coal Terminal, located 35km to the north east of the Amaam North tenement. Read More

TIG 2018 Annual financial report PRess release (RUS)
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TIG 2018 Annual financial report PRess release
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Annual financial report for 2018
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September 7 2018: PROJECT F OPERATIONS UPDATE
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ASX Releases

DateTitle
21/03/2019Annual Financial Report for 2018Download
08/03/2019Market Update - Additional InformationDownload
04/03/2019TIG Market UpdateDownload
31/01/2019TIG December 2018 Quarterly Report and Appendix 5BDownload
11/01/2019Appendix 3YDownload
29/10/2018Quarterly Activities - Sept 2018 with appendix 5BDownload
19/10/2018Zvonkoye Exploration and Mining Licence at Amaam NorthDownload
11/10/2018Lapse of optionsDownload
02/10/2018New CFO AppointmentDownload
07/09/2018TIG Operating updateDownload
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